The director of the Warhol museum in Slovakia says the artist’s memory deserves more than the leaky roof, dim lighting, and cold corridors of its current home by Matthew J. Reynolds MEDZILABORCE, Slovakia–In a small gray town in eastern Slovakia near the Polish border, two oversized paintings of American soup cans stand like redcoats in […]

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